My Best Mistake by Claire Haigh, Co-Founder Collaborate Out Loud
Claire Haigh, Co-founder of Collaborate Out Loud shares what she learnt from leaving Bangor University after her first year.
Guest Blog: Isn’t this all just a bit “touchy-feely”?
Dr Emma Plunkett explores this question she's been asked about the Learning from Excellence approach which involves thanking people for good work and care.
My Best Mistake by Sian Lockwood OBE
Sian Lockwood OBE reflects on what she learnt from her best mistake and how it helped her to become a leader.
Social Prescribing the Woodley Way
Nick explains how a family practice and community hub are using social prescribing and peer group gardening to benefit the Woodley community and staff workloads.
Guest Blog: Are we asking the right questions about asset-based development?
Fiona Weir explores the asset-based questions to ask when development isn’t happening as expected.
Guest blog: Choose life. Choose self-efficacy…
A guest blog from Osca exploring the importance of self-efficacy and how we can turn our public services into engines of self-efficacy.
Guest Blog: What I learnt from 7 years working in a think tank
We hear about what think tanks really do, from someone on the inside, Julia Slay.
Guest Blog: Mel Pickett on refugees, lunches and bicycles
Guest blogger Mel Pickett recalls her time working with refugees and the effect everyday comforts can have on those in need.